The simplest way to print a model is using the Bambu Handy App. Choose a model, click on it, and then send it to your printer.
Alternatively, you can also open items in Bambu Studio from MakerWorld or download a model on the MakerWorld webpage on your PC, import it to Bambu Studio, slice it, and send it to your printer.
Find the model that your print profile needs to attach to. On the model's page, click the "+Add" button in the "Print Profile" field.
Then upload your 3mf file on the upload page.
A print profile can be rated after you print it. There are several ways to do that.
Yes. For example, if a print profile specifies ABS, you can still print with PLA on Bambu Handy. The G-code will be generated with PLA parameters, so there's no need to worry about that.
However, please pay attention to the model or print profile description provided by the designer. Certain parts of the model may require specific materials for functional purposes, such as using TPU to print tires to ensure a certain level of elasticity.
In Bambu Handy app, it is supported to partially print a model. On “Prepare to Print” page, click “Print Parts” button and choose the objects that you want to print.
In Bambu Studio, there are 2 ways to do so.
1. mark the successfuly printed objects as unprintable in the context menu, slice and print again
2. create a new plate, move these failed objects to the new plate, slice and print the new plate
A print profile a Bambu Studio file (3mf format) that contains both model geometry data and a group of settings to generate G-code of a model.
A print profile contains settings like
After uploading a print profile to a model, users can print it directly on Bambu Handy app and do not need to configure all the settings by themselves.
A 3D model may own several print profiles. Each print profile stands for a print settings for this model.
Besides the model designer, other users can also upload new print profiles for a model. Ususally, these print profile may
When uploading a model or print profile, you may see it on the "Compatible printers" field.
For an existing print profile, their compatible printers will display on its parent model's page.
You may download a print profile (.3mf) of the model to your PC and adjust settings (especially the arrangement of objects due to the build volume difference) according to your printer.
Then, you can slice and print this model.
If the modified settings passed your test, it will be appreciated to share it with others by uploading it as a new print profile to the model.
First, you need to check whether a print profile is compatible with your printer. The compatible printer list is shown on each print profile.
Second, you may choose a print profile according to your preference.
Third, choose a highly rated print profile.
The print profiles of a model will be divided into three classes:
The sorting sequence is Class A > Class B > Class C. For example, a print profile in Class A will always be placed before a print profile in Class B.
Print profiles in the same class will be sorted according to their ratings.
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